The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, and Oregon will have a special election in 2016 due to the resignation of John Kitzhaber.

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  • The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, and Oregon will have a special election in 2016 due to the resignation of John Kitzhaber. Therefore, these three states will also have gubernatorial elections in 2016.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, fourteen are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, and the Oregon governor elected in the 2016 special election will be eligible for re-election in 2018. (en)
  • The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in in 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Kate Brown, the acting Governor.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, fourteen are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Phil Scott and Chris Sununu may run for reelection if they choose. Kate Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon if she desires. (en)
  • The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent Governor.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, fourteen are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Phil Scott and Chris Sununu may run for reelection if they choose. Kate Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon if she desires. (en)
  • The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, fourteen are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Phil Scott and Chris Sununu may run for reelection if they choose. Kate Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon if she desires. (en)
  • The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, fourteen are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Phil Scott and Chris Sununu may run for re-election. Kate Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, fourteen are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Phil Scott and Chris Sununu may run for re-election. Kate Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, fourteen are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Phil Scott and Chris Sununu may run for re-election. Kate Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Phil Scott and Chris Sununu may run for re-election. Kate Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Scott and Sununu may run for re-election. Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016; Republicans Phil Scott and Chris Sununu were elected to those seats and will be sworn in January 2017. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be re-sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits, meaning that Scott and Sununu may run for re-election. Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be re-sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Three Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits. Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation in February 2015; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be re-sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Two Democratic governors are term-limited, while five incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits. Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation in February 2015; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, the incumbent who'll be re-sworn in January 2017, to serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Two Democratic governors are term-limited, while six incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits. Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation in February 2015; that election was won by Democrat Kate Brown, who will serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Two Democratic governors are term-limited, while six incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits. Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are tjdiejsjsjwk vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016. Oregon, meanwhile, was forced to have a special election in 2016 to fill the unexpired term of John Kitzhaber following his resignation in February 2015; that election was won by the Democratic incumbent Kate Brown, who will serve the final 2 years of the term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Two Democratic governors are term-limited, while six incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, 14 are term-limited, while ten can seek re-election. One independent governor, Bill Walker of Alaska, is eligible for re-election. Neither New Hampshire nor Vermont have term limits. Brown may also seek a full term in Oregon. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place (depending on state law) if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two-year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016. Oregon, meanwhile, held a special election in 2016 to fill an unexpired term.Many of the states holding gubernatorial elections have term limits which make some multi-term governors ineligible for re-election. Two Democratic governors are term-limited, while six incumbent Democratic governors are eligible for re-election. Among Republican governors, twelve are term-limited, while eleven can seek re-election. One independent governor is eligible for re-election. (en)
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  • The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, and Oregon will have a special election in 2016 due to the resignation of John Kitzhaber. (en)
  • The United States gubernatorial elections of 2018 will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018 in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place if other gubernatorial seats are tjdiejsjsjwk vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. Governors in New Hampshire and Vermont serve two year terms, meaning that their most recent gubernatorial elections took place in 2016. (en)
  • United States gubernatorial elections will be held on November 6, 2018, in 36 states and three territories. In addition, special elections may take place (depending on state law) if other gubernatorial seats are vacated. These elections form part of the 2018 United States elections. The last regular gubernatorial elections for all but three of the states took place in 2014. (en)
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